Neodesha High School - Bluestreak Yearbook (Neodesha, KS)

 - Class of 1913

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Among the Supermtendents we have had not a few have been educatois of sterling quality men endowed with more than ordinary ability but none if we may Judge man by his accomplishments ap preach the excellence of ou1 present supervisor Professor H P Study On coming to Neodesha Mr Study found school affairs in a peculiar condition he discoy eied a good old sthool system complacently riding the vvayes while an anchor of lethargy was slowly dragging the good sl p to rest in a sea of inertia An awakening was needed if progress 'md advancement weie to be expected and Mr Study with his ag man to play Martin Luther to Neodesha s public school system and cast defiance to the old older of things He has now been with us for only one year yet reducing results to a mathematical proposition it is entirely reasonable to assert that the general efficiency and standard of the whole school system has been augmented fully Hfty per cent under his regime quite a remarkable recoid for a single year of service As a man he IS first of all pur poseful each deed of his finding support in a Well defined course of action Thus the students have found him rigid in discipline firm of conviction absolutely squaie and willing to sacrifice his personal feel ings in order that the school might be advanced As a friend both teachers and students have found hmm big hearted sincere and sociable SEBI ready to perform those many friendly services which as superm tendent naturally fall to his lot To what heights of efficiency then can we not expect Neodeshas schools to ascend with such a man at the helm? 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I i , I flu li u bln uni Yllkv W no Yll 7 'C-q nqakvfw' me M In Lua-otlnlw Hello THI' Rl' ' Class Prophecy When the ass1gnment Class Prophecy was gn en me I laughed and contxnued to hate iun Sunday lllglllf no class prophecy I settled myself to w11te and 1n halt an hou1 It was fimshed so I thought But Ln the molnlng I learned d1l1e1entl5 hot long enough and some thlngs w1ll not do wrlte It over Wa1t come to the ofhce and I w1ll g1VC you some suggestlons My troubles were only beglnnmg I went to the ofllce but no one was III I went agaln and agaln but stlll no help I asked Freshmen Sophomoles JUHIOIS and even hard wolked Sen1ors for a1d but n1v1r a b1t d1d I g1t Fmally 1 got desperate and sat 1n the office untll I got my suggestlons but they would not flt 1n w1th my xdeas I asked every one agaln for help but they vt ere all too busy One day I heard the dreaded words Class prophecy, must be ln tomorrow W1ll you have 1t'7 I calmly hed yes That nxght I sat up unt1l one o clock would go 1n Flnally I went to bed and Suddenly I saw myself a woman of thlrty elffht marrled to whom I do not know I slyly dropped polson ln h1s cup and after everythlng was over I sk1pped the country w1th h1s money I was at N eodesha walk mg along fam1l1ar streets and g'1NlI1g '1 town w1thout taxls fits when I saw someone walkmg toward me somethlng about the figure was famlhar but no one I knew was that short and th1n She drew nearer 'VIabel' No vsonder I had not known her for where she had once t1pped the scales at two hundred fifty she barely we1ghed a hundred now She took me to her home Marr1ed'7 No The only lnterests ln her llfe were he1 meces and she had not changed 1n that respect at least- athlet1cs She was contlnually showmg those g1rls new passes ln basket ball and even gomg w1th them to pract1ce Thmk of lt-she was forty years old DARKNESS I was agam on the streets th1s tlme w1th Mabel Suddenly I was shocked mto s1lence by the vnords 7 9 77 7' 'V '7 I stopped and looked at the man It was Phonse' I gasped Why I thought he would make a college professor at least and here he IS the greatest expert 1n usmg quesuonable words I have ever heard Why Marxe Mabel repl1ed calmly he IS pres1dent of the Standard O11 Company Of course I could not pass an old schoolmate by and the only thmg I d1d not l1ke 1n h1s story of college athlet1cs and Oll was that he used too many words unlntelhglble to me w ' - ff I c 1 1 . vu v w ' y 9 v 1' ' . 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' . ,. :,. ,,..,,:,.tA,i ..A-Sfi' The Last Wlll and Testament of the Senlor Class of l 91 3 Know all ye students that vue the members of the Senlor class of the Neodesha Hrgh School of the county of Wllson and state of Kansas bemg of comparatrvely sound mlnd and especlally sound body and real Izmg that our days of usefulness to the aforesald school are numbered and berng deslrous of settllng up our worldly estates before the trlals of Commencement t1me begm do make and publlsh thx our last vull and testament hereby revokmg all former wrlls by us heretofore at tempted FIRST We hereby constltute and appornt Art Sperry to be sole executor of th1s our last Wlll dlrectlng Sald executor to pay all our Just confectlonery ch1le basket ball palnt and color debts and the legacxes herelnafter named out of our surplus annual fund SECOND We g1V6 and bequeath to the Jumor class of 1913 our esteemed successors the badly mutllated but st1ll servlceable Sen1or drgnlty for the1r own use and behoof for ever Subject however to the express condltlon that Leshe Earl Crowder of the aforesald class be prohlblted from pawnxng It for board b1lls GXCIUSIVC rlght to assoc1ate wxth the iaculty d1ctate to the under fraduates and asslst the school bofud rn regulatlng school affalrs for the1r own use and behoof forever FOURTH To Frltz Allen our amb1t1ous son In law we glve and bequeath the sum of Hftv cents to be used by hlm to pay for hlS lodglng the mght he was lost 1n the wrlderness The same to be collected from our aforesald executor the first tlme he has 1t FIFTH We glve and bequeath to Vernon Kuntv for a bath tub our classmate Abe Nerghbors rubbers for hrs own use and behoof forever SIXTH We glV8 and bequeath the sole use of Room 11 from 2 30 p m to 6 p m to Chas Van Buren to be used as a prrvate recept1on room for two SEVENTH We glVe and bequeath to Coach Gr1fTln all the bone heads 1n the class to be ground up and used as filler for the new track EIGHTH We hereby g1ve and bequeath to the mcomxng Freshmen class all of our seats gum boards and h1d1ng places 1n the study hall for the1r own use and behoof forever Subject however to the express condltlon that all exploratrons be made wxthout the knowledge of the teacher ln charge and that no drscoverles be made publlc NINTH. We hereby glV8 and bequeath to the class of 1914 our , Y , I u 9 - lr , - L y I . . y . .S w Y. , 1 1 . 1 V- - . . , . . . . 7 ! D I 1 1 ' : . . , ' 7 ! n - r v 9 THIRD: We hereby give and bequeath to our beloved Juniors the lg '- ' . 1 : . , Q . . -. - , . : ' ., , . , . . . . . . , , . , y . . . ' 7 D l . , lellow flu m me Nluu. Palk to the uae and behoof the Joke Ed1t01 of the next Whodo lhxln Vte h619lJX gue all bequeath the preeldencues of the Delphlan and Athenun Iltel LIN notletxee to halph Hook and Hlrold Blmtk reepettlwely ELEVLNUI We hertlw nc Lnd bequeath to MISS Qhalpe ou1 9StlII'lllJlG BOl'1IlX ln t1utto1 fm h 1 own uee md behoof the full and complete hblbllllllll ol botlnx speumene d9XOLl1Ld by XL1116 lalk tlnung the p-ut year TXN1L1'lll llc 'we mtl htqutxth to N11 Nlmer, our aged 1an1tor lol lns own uee and Lehool lole L1 all pass hem and 11111111165 wlnth lub leptxtedlx lttuxtc LIN oi L un g lllmllrml 'le glxe and bequeath to P1OlQNK01 H P Qtudx, fol to he uwed by hnn 1 PL h th to xel hecauw of 1tb 'unple S126 loUR11LN1H We heubx gne and bequeath to the Whmkere Club Alfonso lIGllllG1NOIl snlthutns for d1etr1but1on among the several IHCIIILJLIS thereof FIFTLINIH We gwe and dewlee 'xbsolntelx and ln fee the earth w th ltx wlnd mountamx, pl une md people to Plofesbor Studv fol lux ole H11I11g0lT16I'1t hereaftel SIXTLEIMI1 We gwe md hequefath to the Clue of 1914 fox then own uee 111 hehoof he1e1fter 'Ill the ancxent 161105 lnherlted bw us lrom 1o1n1e1 claswee, 1I1LlUdlI1g' 1 bezutlful Hag and sexelal labor eavlng cle vues commonlx used ln SGHIOFS SLVILNTELNTII All the lest resldue and remamder, our good g1'lfl6S S1'l11d111S, ou1 IHHUQHCQ and other personal effects, We d8V1S6 fxnrx bequeath to ou1 worthx Qucceesors the claw of 1014 to be used wwelx and dlstleetlx after the example of all true SGHIOTS In llztncss lllzmrof hereunto we hfne affixed ou1 Qeal thls filet day of Apul One Thousand N1ne Hund1ed and Th1rteen tSea1J THE WHODOS, 13 Wztness FAT KUNTZ RED JONES " "eps z'1.z"1 ",' 1 . 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Lf' X 1111.1 z.g'x' ' the Y ' H1StO1y of the jumor Class One b11g,ht qeptembe 111011111135 Ill the xear 1910 the hall of the old l11 h school blllltllllg xxas filled xx 1th '111 111ny of gleen lOOlx1llg' students xx ho xxc c LlNll81bLl 111 not ox tl1e otl1e1 cl1-,ses but by thelr sponso1 Mxss Ry all We sax 111 311111 fO1 tl1ere xx as xx hen all helded 1nto one pen a xolunteer force of tl111tx th1ee and xxhen tl1e h1f,her classmen stuck then' heads caut1ouslx 1n at the doors Ollly to be g1eeted by a yollev of erasers and chall they xx c1e not 1u1the1 cuuous to step on forbnlden te111tory Tlns xx as the Ch11St8l1lf1 of the p1ese11t JUHIOI Class 1n the filst year of Proi Crubbs 191 ll 'lhe 61st step of note made by the class xxas the refusal to be lllltl tted by the JUIHO1 Class oi 1910 fexx o whose 1nembers st1ll wear marks xt was not many daxs u11t1l the 11otor1ous Dean V Bonser de11ve1ed one of l11s flowe1y orf1t1ons befoie a Freshman conhab and won thelr pro1n1se of ass1st1nce 111 the annual color fight The number of tl1e class slowly dmnmshed as few of 1ts members completed the1r educat1on early but they st1ll l1eld the sway of popular op1111on tnl cluung the year sent tl1e g1eatest number of students to the oH1ce axe1aQ:1ng about three a day also furmshed a good many flunk els Asxde f1om tl1ese mccomphshments they attended all the feeds gaxe tx o excellent programs defeated the Sophomores 1n a debate and topped oft wlth a Hashy entertamment and banquet 1nv1t1ng the other classes Commencement xxeek arrlyed and the Fresh1es were ready true to then pronnse to asslst the Tumor class and on the nlght the Semors of 11 xx e1e I'9C91X111g tl1e frllllbhlllg touches the F1esh1es and the Jumors stole forth and rescued tl1e11 colors The next week the class returned for then' clea1ance papers the grade card and the curtam fell on the prosperous Freshman class of 1911 The curtam rose and a new scene met the eyes of the class that had so well played the part of Freshmen Nmeteen returned after the re- markable campa1gn as Freshmen Thev were now Sophomores had moved mto 1 116W home and could be seen rambhng here and there throughout the bu1ld1ng Thls loss ln number made no dlfference the sp1r1t was there and also one new member Earl Crowder who was later to put the class on the athlet1c map The class of course helped 1n1t1ate the Freshmen of 11 and attended all the feeds and also gave thelr feed hke sports Thls year marlfed the begmnmg of the class s athletlc . . . . , K is . ,. , 1 v v su w u - A A V v 1 1 v . v . 1 111 . 1 ,, I -z.:., ' Q ',l ' v V v 1 vs ' 1 1. 1 V v . ' V C . 1 ' v y ' 1 ' ' 1 Y- 1 . v ' y- 1 w 1 - ' 4 7 't A 'v ll " v v . 1 11 Y 1 I Y 1 n A . L V K , ., , i, ,, .,. ,... L. A, .. ,D - w , 9 , 'U . 1, . ' - 11 v v w y ' ' ' x - n 1 1 Cup L n ' 1 1 ' ' . 1 F , ' f ' 4' " ' of some heated confhct wh1ch soon xvo11 the res ect of ever class a11d 7 ' ' 1 ' K 4 vw . . ' v . 'I' c A S ' ' s ' c .1 1 u D C o . . . , , . 1 9 . ' ' 2 i ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' . ' ' 1 v 1 ' 1 1? ' 44 - ra ' , , , ' xc H '.'. ld ' L c ' . L -7 c , . V vw - . Q Q ' v L f C .,, L . , , . ' 9 . .. . . , 1 . A ' . ! ' 7 1 0 ' 1 . , , . 2 L . , , . . , -' 1 C 1 , . .., , 7 CC 97 ' 14, va ' . ' v h A V ' ' L ' ' feats md both thc boys ind mils olganized class basket ball teams and at the enu ol tlt sea ox thc glllw held tme pennant while the boys had ox cst ll xgc but the c s a w ll satis led ie Sopnoiroic 1 in ex xything and lf anythlng wen wrcng ab tt thc bu ldnl he blame w s l in at tnelr feet and tis true they had nilny h Lppx cxpedillo s ol dis oye x in the small hours of night llhe cl iss xvon quite iep ltation in lltciary circles by g1X1Ilg one fme program 1nd a pl ly 'lhe time 101 the coloi I1 in arrlved and the Sophomore class decided to fight on tllcn oxxn nr l x Cl L1 eieioie bought paint and set out to let the Seniois lnoxx they xx cle 1h e but as luck would have it they chose g1e'1tly outnumbelcd lh ni ic e lll ho lol lble letieat to President Black S barn but they xx e1e peisu L ed by the IUDIOIS to turn back and so the plot was ag unst the Scniois l Llllllf tie Hght t was necessuy foi the Sophs to retleat in eonlu lon to ax oid the hal ve oi the Seniors and two of then number Prof Blfxclx and private Ralney were locked in the school building where they c aped thlougn a window Without a pane The class was without honois but 1 omeone were to scratch the large 12 oil' trom the pftpci burner ne would 'ind a 14 and a 13 palnted lovingly side by slde Of course the Sophs attended the commencement exercises 1n a body anl then made then exit for the diessing room vacation to make up for the next act 'lhe curtain again rose on the same scene yet prosperity was to be seen everywhere the Rennaissance of N H S The class appeared on time and were christened Juniois 1n the first year of Superlntendent Study s reign 'lhmgs started off yery smoothly and the class was intro duced to Superintendent Study who merely stuck hls head 1nto the room and said Is this the class with a reputat1on" The first moye of the Juniors was the Senior Junior feed Wh1Ch was a grand success not counting the cleanmg up and the Freshles were duly 1n1t1ated Both basket ball teams entered the class games where the boys won th11d place and the glrls second 'lhe final girls game of the season was play ed between the Juniors and Seniors and although the Junlors lost they hid the honor of play ing 'he fastest game ever seen 1n the gym The game was last because the Juniors entered Wlth but four players and were defeated by only six points The Juniors still advanced their literary reputation by forming the first Journahsm class and furnishing four of the six debaters The history must close before the school year and many of the future happen 1ngs will go unrecorded yet the class promlses to fill the places of the Semols, better or Worse, and close with a period. 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Freshman Class H1StOYy As your ey es rest wlth wonder and adm1rat1on on the present Iflesh man class of the lNeodesha Hlgn bchool 1t may seem 1ncred1ble to you when we say that only nme years ago takmg our slates and pumers 1n hand wxth a short lectule lrom our mothers to be good and study hard we entered the world whe1e we haye SIIICQ endured manv V1ClSS1tUd8S and pleasures And 1t IS a memory of these wh1ch I w1sh to brlng to you for we ale sure that no other class has eyer had such a remarkable and th11l11ng hrstory as has ours The mayorlty ol the members of our class began then first school oays under M1ss JOS19 Park who has certa1nly done her duty 1n the pr mary grades ot tlns c1ty Her kmd but firm hand for two years dl rected us and we all remember w1th pleasure speakm day for on thls OLLdS10H we were allow ed a great pr1v1lege that of wearlng our very best clothes to school Sometlmes the O13.lCl0IlQ were not dehy ered 1n a very entlcmg manner and often the meanmg or a poem was blought out altogether m a dxlfer ent hght 3,CCO1d1Ilg to the speaker s pomt of VIEW About thxs tlme there dey eloped paper wad experts and excellent gum chewers who took upon themselves to enterta1n the rema1nder of the class when VlS1t01S were present or when somethlng unusually pleasant had occurred In the next room M1ss V01 heese kept us chmbmg onward and many an eyemng were we compelled to rema1n after school because of poor lessons a habrt wh1ch I am afrald st1ll clmgs Of these arlthmetlc was the worst and sad to relate we have had to stay ln unt1l nearly s1x o clock more than once thls year because of algebra But we are not sorry We thank the teachers for keepmg us 1n and we prom1se never to forget the multlpllcatlon tables QMZISS Be1t1e Krddoo was our next mstructor and durxng the first week of school she 1nv1ted flve or 51X boys to the chalr of execut1on and the stlllness of the room was broken only by the screams of pam anger and remorse From thls we learned that numbers doesn t always count so settled down IH an earnest way that was surprlslng 1n consequence and enjoyed one of our happlest years Here a second Solomon yomed our class whose depth of knowledge upon all branches of lxfe has caused the teachers to marvel v1z. 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V4 I 'X . , - - . . ' ' 1' S . ' , . '.. N .. , 4,1 ,.: , ,, . , -M , x A . 4 ' , Detentlon Hall Detent1on Hall means m1serx It IS the southeast room on the second floor of the Central bchool bu1ld1ng and lt IS where you are sent at the close of the day lf your conduct has not been satlsfactory You are presented w1th a s11p xx h1ch says Report to Detent1on Hall for two hours and thlther you proceed There IQ always a teacher there to see that you study and conduct vourself ln the rlght manner You cannot leave w1th the excuse to get your books because there are always plenty of books ln there and 1f there are not the teacher sees that you are well suppl1ed Wlth somethmg to study lhere IS to be no communlcatlng ln Detent1on Hall If there 1s you are hable to have your tlme doubled Some students 1n N H S have the habxt of g0lHg there every evenmg after school. Take 1t from one who knows the mlserles and trlals of Detent1on Hall and don't get the "hab1t.,' 14.--'XX . 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' ' ' ' ' sl' .. fs ' hh 1' ' P1111 x "f "Q 'Q' ' t' oi' wr" and thx fhlliillj' Mori s fm" the iff' lx lg' "1 -hes vhivlw ' " sz wi-- ' ti 5.3 nz L V ' 1 1: fh. fl' ' X ' ' 2 ui' the gulde-1: sts in life and ' ' ig '- z ' ' l ' :UQ this lui . High school 'as C law ' ' ' rl: ' ' g' 1 :UL - 5 ' ul Frm' th p1'1'1ufwQ1 ful' Lwxf " if . 1.310 , 2 I Q: they lxllni 1 " ff mam.: " 'xitzg 51. ,," ' ' ' -' 1" I'- f ' ' ' . .1 L Ei " 'JJ' ' x . .' 2 3. nl -5 -H, x"fi'l. su P: X lg L 'ifl f .' X, 1liI'. S0 f ' 'tfllij' picusiiqf' If j"11'f hiv? ' H2 ' -' 5 1 ' 1' gf ' " za L1."'fJ-ffczi' Q Nl '1 ii ' " ' .' Y--Q 4" ,f"'-1, ' " ',yc3.'f4.." Hz" . 3" " , " ' "the 1'E lik , tl li 11111: n , A ' . 1 F ' 3 1-111 to ' ck' wfiaiwl .' Vice. S 2 1 Tl' ' 'f:?i ' " -' ' " 1'1 l- f qwr, .- 5 5 ' 190, " -1 'f 5.7.5 ' ' 'fx 1 ' . ' 1 - 3 il Q v -' 3 ' ex. .' x1':, .lifg'v" ' 1 S' 'is -V 1 was c1e.1ted llOllf 111 l111es 1nd athlctms espeually baseball and football played all 1111130113111 peut lll school l11e Class sp1r1t began to beam up 11111 Dlglllfled S8ll10I'S wc1e 111 t1 uth a 1eal1t5 as were Verdant Ifresh men Durmg the 1111s 1909 Intl 1903 tl1e South B.11ld1ng was erected To thls bllllfllllll' the 111 11 School w IS t1ans1e1re1l and remamed there u11t1l the fall of 1911 1111111 school hte now became a dlfferent llfe N longer w ere the cl 1sSLs toned to 11,1118 and studv 111 the same slngle room but mstead occup1ed two large rooms and also had the use of the Prln c1p'1ls ofhcc Nlr Stcllen was busv enough as Supenntendent of the sthool and P11nc1pa1 ot the H1gh School XV1tl'l0Lll arldlnv the dutles Wh1Ch prev1ouslv 0c1up1cd the lllt.llll01l ol o11e 111 l11b othce S0 the Iaculty was lIlL16'1SQ1l a1d 1101151 w 1th th1s the course oueled W919 extended and 1thlet11s 1s such wc1e lllNt 1e1ogn1zed Basket oall teams H618 started and thls phase 01 111011 l11e was f1rmlv estabhshecl flee clubs and 1 111ets 1c Ol lll 1nd manv mus1cal elltertamments g1ven whlch welc both 1111911 111111 1111 benehu 11 to f1ll part1t1pants In ut1l1z1ng these t1lents the mus1c'1l 111terests reached tl1e1r hlghest and whlle today a P"lLllll1E. 1 IQ the Star Abaut th1s t1me the noble lreshmen made a ld1L,C d0111t1011 01 SpLLlYTl6ll'4 f1tt1111, 101 study 1n Physlcal Ceography 1'o1 w1th 'X11ss Slxmner we went on lon tramps whlch XVGIG cngoyed llflllglllg 111111 011 v 1111 1ble speumens 11111 pl 111111, them 111 the old case 1n the w est room as 1el11s to serve future classes We were now 101ced to leave our loved headquarters ior 1n the fall of 1911 all Hlgh School propertv w1th tl1e exceptlon ot our speclmen case was mov ed to our present bulldmg and we soon made ourselves acquamted vvlth our numexous 1p11tments and enloy ed f1 pleasant year wlth Profes sor O 1 1 1ubbs IS Superlntendent -1nd MISS Be S16 Ryan as Prmclpal Phe numbel of our faculty was mcreased 811lLlI'8lX 11ew courses lll Normal 'lraxnmg 'Vlanual lllllllllg and Domestlc Sclence were added and work 1n everv department w as enlarged Soc1al ev ents served to b11ng the students 1nto closer class relat1onsh1p and created a vauetv of school llltelest md Clltl'lllSl8.Sl'11 XXlllCl'l was H6161 belore mamtested In all tlns long S91 es of events both ffood and ev1l but usually pro p1t1ous N H S has struggled upward a11d todav as one 01 the best equlpped and most progressne hwh schools of the state stands an excel lent example of the old adage 411 astra per aspera , .4 1 1 J 2 ' V1 L 1 , ' .l1, k. 1'1 y 1 1 , li ' ' I x'7 yi' 5 ' 1 1 1 ' v 1 1 7 it 1 v . 1 - g 7 Y! 1 ju .. 2 . ' ' . A 4 p . Q, H .. Y I . . O 1 , ,Z 1 1 x. 1' .1 -J 1' K 1 1 ' , ,' 3 ' - ' L 1, 'Y,,. . K A, '- 1. L1 Q A... . 1' 1 ' K ft o v' -. v 1. .3 1 1 ' ' I ' 1 ' . I ' ' 1 v 1 ' -, 1 C 1 2 r 1' 'S S 1"v 1 V . V ' 1 1 1 - ' -, 1 ' 1 l 1 -., z. . - , 1 1 . ' . . ' ' ' ' 1 1 f ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 'Y1 ' 4 1 5 l . .V . ., . 1 . 1 1 . 1 .. ', 1 - ' . ' ' ' cuz . we 1 Q1 MGH 2 ' . ' ' - 2 .lc . by I . . , v . 7 great deal 01 11111-rest 15 shown along th1s l111e, we st1ll have to admlt that H 1 ' 1" :fix 1 "S 1 'l' A' f '.. ' 1' , . , 2 ' ' , , .' ' ' ,. ' . . . ' , ,' ,C 5 , ,' i,1'LV,L. A' .' 1 , 2. K. 1 ' , 1 A ' , 1 -' 1' 'z 2 , .' ' J 1 2 ' f 1 -3 ' . 1 v w V 1 ' .. , 1 1 ' ' ' 7 1 l " 9 . 2 2 . C v , L wc .Y , - 1 ,Q V . . V' . . . ' . 4. I . if K c 'Y h 1 . r , ' . ' 1 ' c I 7 'c 1 l c 1 , . V ' 1 W ' ' 1 "H ' ' ' ' 1 v v , A C I ' , , 1 s W ' 1 1 .' W C1 n 1. A 1 . 1 ww ' 1 ' A '4 '. Y . 1. 1 ' 1 'v 4 v. 1 V ' A V Y X ' ' I . I 1 C 1 K 1 , , A o - , .g N Y 1, 1' - . . . . ., b , . . I 1 v 'n Y v I , 1 . . ce 1 L , L . ' W ' v l 1 A 1 1 1 - . .. , . . , , . . U1 . . . , ,. YY , . . Manual Tfa1D1I1g Department L1ke D0mest1c DCIQIILE the 'Xlmual T1a1111ng Department was fox melly unknow11 lll ou1 H1gh School owmg to the lack ol su1table quar ters 101 the 1nstallat1on ot mac lnnerx lhe course was 1ntroduced s1mul taneously w1th the completlon ot thc new bu1ld1ng, and Wlth 1ts Wlde rmge of p0SS1b111t1eS tombmed w 1th the many other departures to form no small part oi the lNew Epoch 111 N H Q hlstory Varlous necessary delays 111 equ1pp1ng the department caused the postponement ot operat1o11s unt1l everal weeks afte1 the openmg of school Durmg' th1s per1od the event was awa1ted w1th 1mpat1ence by prospect1ve students and when work mctu llly commenced under the excel ular1ty and at no t1me durmg tne past two years ha the lnterest seemed to slacken The first years work was completed Wlth the equ1pment cons1st1ng of a band saw seven double work benches and a full set of tools f01 each Th1s equlpment was found to be lnadequat for the successful advancement ot the course and 1n 1912 our Progress1ve Board of Edu C3.tlOI1 added a set of four motor drnen speed lathes a planer tool grmder and several new benches Wlth the many d1fHcult1es of organ1zat1on 1n VIQW the first years course mcludlng be11ch work rudlmentary mechamcal drawmg and cab 1net maklng for the upper classmen was offered to the H1gh School students alone bpon the addltlon of the new machmery the work was greatly accelerated and the course was extended to the seventh and e1ghth gr des w1th the Sophomores Jun1o1s and SQHIOFS taklng cab1net makmff and wood turmng Under the careful management of Mr Gr1Hin the work placed on exh1b1t1on ln Febluary 13 compared favorably w1th that of h1gh schools of much older repute and at present the boys from the seventh to the last grade 1n Hlgh School are enthus1ast1c over lt and many of them to use a new express1on would rather work m Manual than go home to dlnner It 1S not uncommon to see a dozen boys workmg long after school hours to complete somethmg to take to then' parents and mcldentally tra1n1ng the hand and eve to act 1n conJunct1on Wlth the bra1n 1n the neat and accurate performance of those tasks whlch must fall to the lot of every boy, no matter what h1S future vocat1on may be H. . , A 4 - . - V ' . ' . , I - y' ' 1 ' - , . Z . . . . 1 . Y. C N - , 44 T , rv - ' . a u K n 0 ' . v 1 71 ' ' ' - N ' ' w ' S v -1 1 V ' - ' w ' 1 P 2 2 ' - lent supervision of Mr. R. C. Gritlin, the course commanded instant pop- ' , I . . . . 7 7 ' V v . . A . Q V . , . x. - " Y ' W1 n 1 , . . , , V I . i a , , M, D . .K .... D n - , '9 s C . . . . . , 'Y ' ' Ll ' 97 9 Ill c,ommerc1al Department lhe COI'llIll61L12.l Department 111s e 1 was umluded 111 the general cou1se and the ubjetts we1e d1x1ded up 111 tne TOLII years w1th M155 Lnesax as supe1x1sor he '1rs1 enestcr C,J1'llIl191'Ll3.l beographx was gnen as 1 ll9Sl1ITl'll1 studx hll Shox 1h'111d and lxpewrxtmg was open to bophommes Junlors 1nd Ncmors lhe second s mester Bookkeepmt, was g1V6I'l as a Fleshmmn 1151 and Comme111al 'aw was an electne sub1ect to all except Freshmen Comn1er111l 4 coglaphs consnted of a textbook by Adams to be used 111 connect on w1th reierence work It proved to be '1 xerg mterest tll,IOC+ althou h the Freshmen would grumble when they were sternlx commmded to XNI'lt9 a compos1t1on 011 the subject ot Interstate Commelce lhc Shorthmd and Tx DQXVTIUIIZ classes prox ed themselves bllllllllt and llrIlbS Lnesax had nothmg but lX0ldS of pruse 1or then lll Rook-1eep111g 1 text book was used and lorms were prowded xXl'1lCl'l cn 1bled the pup1ls to carry on transactlons the same as 111 1 tual lsumness Put surcl Law w as the best sub1ect of all The text book bw Gano w as use 1 d11te1e11t bus1ne s for ms were drawn up, and reference w ork requ1red The class w as composed of Sophomores Jumors and one Post Craduate The ent1re wear was one ot pleasure and ach1evement The pra1se for the success of th1s Department cannot be d1V1ded because MISQ L11 esax was sole supelxlsor and her motto was always Make them do a l1ttle more Normal Tralmng ' Phe Normal Trammg course was added to Neodesha H1gh School 111 the fall of 1910 ThlS course was gnen to the Semors or as many as wmhed to t'1l1c It as an equ1walent to the Latm or German course The followmg s11bJects were those requ1red for the Normal Trammg course Phss1ology Psychology Methods and Management Ar1thmet1c Geography Lframmar and Readmg In 1911 the course changed, and those Wlqhlllg to take the Normal course must enroll when Sophomores, and the next year take these subjects C1v1cs Psychology and Physmlogw fimshmg the course The State Board of Educat1on makes out the eXam1nat1on questlons, and on the 17th and 18th of Mas the exammatlons are gwen uraduates from tlus department are quahfied to teach 1n anv common school w1thout further exam1nat1on The majorlty of last sear's Normal1tes have proven successful teachers and lt IS bel1eved from present 1nd1f'at1ons that the Class of '13 w1ll contrlbute ltS quota of equally successful teachers. F 0 . rw V ' - - -:' ' . V .. - -1 V ' . ' , ' ' L 11 L1 1 . A lv I ' S D I 1 V v ' v' 7 . l ' 1 v u Y. I 1 1 ' A N ' 1 9 - "V V V V V s-"- 'lr' ' V . V' VV 'V ' ' - V . 1 y ' 1 . 1 I 1 1 :- 1 1 J 1 ' ' , . Q - V ,V . . , . V fV V . 'A .4 V V 1 Z ' 1 1. t , VX K. 1 c ' K ' V1 v 1 . '1 u N ' rd 'FN 1 . V w ' 1, 1 1 . 1 1 1 18 1 7 V, ' V V . 4 1 V 1 41, V . ' V . V V , , , ' V is C 5 lk. 1. V J , 4.4 ' f f f 4 1 1 1 1 'fa 'J - v a ' V h - C I -I 1 - V ' - ' u V 7 v' ' 1 V 1 ' 1 1 ' - 1 ' - . . 0 N V. ,, v c I 1 UNL 51 A .V 1 Q' 1 V V V V I , V ' .,' ' L c . - H I ' 'V ', VV V- , C 7 . . 1 . . 1 1 c K Y ,, v 1 Y N A' -1. Ia " 'N ' Y v ' g L y L 1 ' 1 I I' 'I' . 1 r 1 ' 1 2 1 l. 1 V. V . - ' 1' , . , V V ? - V A 2 V ,t .V V 5 1' c 1' Zi' 1' J 1' J fx' 2 ' '4 .T . 1' . V W. . V V V V ,V V , . V . . - , 1 1 , :1 ' I v r l , V v , . .111 1 1 , . V - Y Y V , - 1 . K 1 ' Q 'V ' V V ' V V V y'V . V V 1 11 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 r . 1: ' H . . . , I . . ' - . 1 1 . . 7 . v . . 1 , I ':1 r . 'x . V . 1 1 1. , C1 I . . Y i . . . 1 o vq. Y '. Y I . . - 1 . 9 1 V ' y 1 v rw . , . . 1 V 1 ' 1 V. l' '1 7 . ' s . . . 1 V A I , 1 1 . V 1 V . . . V 1 . omestl ,oelenee ant: Ar S Depaxtment lhe Donlestu wuente md ht Jutment ww xn lbiltltt 1 flu Neodesha Il1.,l1 Sthool n the itll c lfrll when the nexx muh 5 was eompleted lg to tl X nne 4 11111615 mad :een U11 1 l Nuth a depaltment btt ut noxx Lonxt of 1 S100 Domeetu Suunt ann 1 3,110 Domestu Alt Dtputment The soutlmext loom ol the inet tloox 18 gn en OXQ1 to tlns depalt ment And hele Mme bpeux pttlnntlx guide the lllluli. home xxolkelw of Neodesha lhe loom hu eght double tlblew eaoh xutn tompaxt ntx lOl Uhllxllltl uene x nelmu1ne1 hot platex fol llCllXlC ua coolnng A huge 1ang,e 1 p1ox lded lol ill balunt, and genelal Lookmg exam lx loom 1 tuo upplx Ll0NQlx NGxG11l Lupboards, '1 Iefll KLALOI, elnnx nn. NIIXCLXXUL enough to sexxe d1nne1 to beventv xe, and 1 ldlllllll xllrm cloelt e couue 1 ttl en up nulucex the Ntudx of u1nn1nQ and pre lue oodx Ja 1 and cougn f1o7en dlehex, Ulf se xlng lewone The SQIXIHU lesxon xxhuh ue taken up It the last 01 the term, ale tl Q most ll'1tE21L,Stlllf' put o the COUIHG, md 21pl01Clx the pup1l the oppol tumtx of lealnlnff to eue undel the duettlon of an lnetluetor A room was alxo pvouded for the Domestlc Alts Depaltmenr, and all the equxpment HQCQNHHIX to gne the coulse 1n a c1ed1table mmnex uae 'secured Fue qlllQ'61 sexung I'I'l'1C'hlIlGQ, flu CllttlllQ' tables, one llO1llI1g board and tn eleotuo 11on Helo Included xuth the uxual flttmgr, Hier, Sperrx IS the SUDGIXINOI of thu clepaltment and the wo1ll ulnvh was tulned out Cltlllllg the xeu 1 ltlldlllll in atte tltxon of he1 H141 md etlimency Sclence and Mathematlcs In ltS Sclence Department, N H S hae been Qlllte foltunate At tne beglnnmg of thlS sehool wear the Boaul of EClllLr1tlOIl spent about txxo hundred and flftx dollau m completxng the GXlSflTlg bC18llCe equlp ment, and nom 119 haxe a first class eqmpment for Phx mee, Botam and General Sclence The Semor olaee 1n Physlcs and the lfxeqhman Genelal Smence class V919 the Hrst to get the benefit of the new 'mppalatus General Sclence lg a new course 1n hlgh echools nl Neodesha IS one of the first C1tl6S IH the etate to adopt It The comee voml-,ts of a 'ilmple preeentatlon of the fundamentals of nearly all branchee of sclence, lts purpoee lb to glwe this knowledge to thoee 'students who do not complete the four yeal course, and to create and qtnnulate mterest 1n those who l1fQ1 etuds SCIQHCG Thle COUISQ new gwen by Mr Krueger, as xx as Phxsxce The Botany couxse was one oi " Q " fi -1 1 I ' S Deli ' 'z, ' tx " lil 'mo 2 X 1: 'ff i ' 'z Ji' .' , ' A - ' ' xinf ' Q ' . fl li: 1' ' , 111 qt' ' l' I, 2 'z 'la ble far .- ' , 1 '- ' 2 "' fe-' Lf? 12' . . . 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' 'v-vlv- HH l utr s the most popular ol tl1e xeu Lune Whss bhups fftudance the work was made so 1nte1est111g that those w ho xxe1e 111 the elass WVIH lor many sears thlnk of the good tunes IH Bot 1111 'VIathemat1es 1n the Illgll b hool xx IS th1s year well take11 care ol M Nl ss Wlo1se and Ix1uege1 the o111e1 lLdCllll the tundamentals oi Algebra to dITllJltlUl,1S l1es1me11 xh1le the latter bu1lt upon the 111'1them1t1t1l fiilllldl ltlll 1 the bopl1omo1es and JL H1018 w1th Algebra and Plane and bolld teometu 141111 111 the yen the Tumors we11t about lookmg F01 p1ools f01 1mpo s1ble problems and eo11struct1ons xslnle those D001 l1e who I'IllNlU0lx Al ebra lor a snap eourse spent mam hlppx 11te111oon l1o111s xuth Nl1ss NIOISQ 111creas111g, the Illllllbtil ol co11xolut1o11s 111 the sul I lee ol tl1e11 eereb1ums Engllsh Depeutment 'lhe Enghsh cou1 se O'l616d by tllC heodesha Hlgll bchool fully com par the work eox ered only three yeus b1t now we l1 ue all excellent lourxea1 tmurse x1tl1 mss N tthell 111 Llllljee and the wehool and 1ts patrons should ieel lo1tun1te 1n Stflllllllg tl1e se xlees ol so eapable a teaeher for th1s department Phe fourth xear work mcludes the study of l1ter1tu1e standald vlasslcs the Old lest unent and a newly org, 1lllZed class 111 Journahsm lhe 1ournal1sm course lS one ol the most p1aet1eal opportun1t1es 1n tl1e Qchool as lt glV6S us pract1ce 1U applylng the p11nc1ples upon whleh standard w11t1ng IS based We learn to wx r1te 1n an acculate eommon sense manner Wh1Ch also produces lts edict on our ex ery day 11x es If We would wr1te clearly we must cult1vate a keen obserx.1t1on vshleh wlll serve as a foundat1on upon wh1eh success and sk1ll 1n the l1terary field depends In other words we learn to pract1ee what has been preaehed to us The study of the Old Testament has DIOX ed a xerg lnterestmg course and gn es us a thorough knowledge IlOt only ot rhetorual but ot hls tor1cal value as well One of the most necessary assets to a successful Engllsh course IQ a good school hbrary and the Neodesha H1gh Sehool has 0119 LOIl'f3lDlll2' '1pp1ox1mately 1000 volumes Tl11s meludes all kmds of sehool books as well as all necessary elass1cs and a moderate space 18 devoted to the Works of the best noxehsts and poets both old and new W1th the adxantage of all excellent mstruetor and good equ1pme11t the Enghsh Department has surely proxed ltS9lf worthy of not1ce and has added much to the prestlge ot the Neodesha Hlgh Qehool Language Department An N. H. S. student has the advantage of takmg three years of Lat1n and two years of German Freshmen study W h1temore's Lat1n Readmg l 1 v 1 1 .'v 1 N 1 , 1 . 1 , 1: '. - 11 11 1. 1 ' D ' , I 1 ' 1 11' 1 Q3 1 17, - ' - J 1 1 1g ' ' 1 - ' - 1 I , 1- ' ' r ev K L V 1 . ' . 1 ' 3 ' '11 11 1 ' 1 v 1 ' 1 1 e 4 1 1 ' 1' 1 1, z Qalw. 'g 1- 1 ' 11' 1 '1 g 1 - ' ' ' 1' V . I 1 Q 1 L N A V 1 " 1 , 2 '1 2 1, s ,I 1 1 1 1 ' ' N ' 1 11 v i, 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 ' I ' 3 A . uc -I " L 2 r f 1 ' 1 Q1 ' 7 'Allies ' ' gs ' ' "C ' ' ' U , ' i 1 ' 51 ' - 1 1 'Q . , ' ' 1 1 1 1. . ' 'Q A - 1" ' ' - ' - ' ' : - ' ' 1 ' 1 - 1 ' ' '1 - J 1 ' 1 ' phes w1th the lflllllllellllilltb oi the C,olleg1.1te Course. IIGVIOUS to thls , . , t, , Z 1 . . 2 . . Y- -v-,Q rg., ' 1 .. ,. rv -,Y -dit ' '1 'N 1 11 Alle. ' 2 fi, A J 1, ' 1 l L, , 'X 1 ' 1 2 ' A1 1 -' ' .1 1 R- 7' . L1 ' L1 11 1 1 'Y V .1 1 A1 K1 yy -1 2 1 , L-. . ' V' 1 1 1 1 ' . 1 1 ' ' ' I 1' 1, 1 L . 1 1 . 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Book QODIIUITIOIQS re md Clcsal 1nd IUHIOFS txke CILGIO and do thc cn lcspondmg xx rltten W01k Mrss Shalpe ha chuge ol tlns course md by her effoxts tlonq xutz those of the puplls the course has 1tS9lf become to be one ot the nost sutccsslul otlexed It l nd that l1t1n students m tke deep thmkers If such lS true N H S should by all means p1oduce Its share of thls type At the present tlme N H S offers a two year course m German Vhss Speuy teaches the hrst 591 clrs cs and Mr Krueger the second veal class The first class excels any lo1me1 one IH numbers as lt mcludes Freshmen Sophomores 'umors Scnlors and one Post C radulte Nluch mterest has been created ln these two classes and the sex eral pet Dutch BXDFQSSIOIIS serxe to produce an ever v1s1ble look of dlstress upon the faces of our fellow students Mxss Sper1y has organlzed a C erman chorus and glee club WhlCh wlll furnlsh some good muslc 1n the future Thls dual language course afrords unple trammg for entrance mto any college or unlxersltx m the state and wlth 1ts present lange ot war1at1on IS by I 11 thc nost popular among the students Hlstory Department The study of hxstory xn Neodesha H1gh School thls year IS mole extens1ve than ever before The H1story of Western Europe was lntro duced as a Junlor subject and Anclent Hlstory as a Sophomore subJect Wlth MISS Sharp as 1nstructor Amer1can H1StOry was a Normal Tram mg subgect open to all Sen1ors The Hlstory of VS estern Europe proved to be a very mterestmg subject and rece1ved a unan1mous vote of approval from the Junlors Maps Were used 1n connectlon w1th the text book The ADC19Ht H1story work cons1sted of the text book cowerlng a perlod from 5000 B C to 800 A D The Sophomores were not very, enthuslastxc over th1s subJ ect because of the extenslve reference work they were requlred to do The first semester of the Amerlcan Hlstorv class was taught by Superlntendent Studv The text book Muzzy dealt Wlth soclal and econom1c quest1ons as well as Wlth the usual hlstory Dur1ng thls semester the work was In a general form the text belng used more as a reference book, mn add1t1on to supplementary readlng The second semester Mlss Morse took the class, and the work was mostly from the text book, whlle note books were kept from supplementary readlng Map books Were also requlred. Under the superv1s1on of these lnstructors, the H1StOfy Department advanced rap1dly, many mterestlng present day problems havmg been discussed and solved 1n a satlstactory manner . - V , 1 ' . ' v A 1 ,S , 2 zen.,z . .2 .' ' w-. .Ja v ' f 1 .. ' .s 'rf .' ' .' 2 j 'S,z l r, . . 1 l . das. been sz 1 ' Ja Q J Q ' Ls V ' , 7' w 1 'v 1 . . 1 1 X . L L , . . . L , L, s' sr C . ' ' Q1 1 1 ' ' L. . . . L 1 ' L , A -S 1 Avy 1 . S ' L., v nzktlykw, . . y L. , 4 w 1 N1 vi v 1 ' v N 1 . ' - W . , ,, ' , w ' 'w . . e,r .,,, r,LJ S -1' 1, , ' Q ' Y , 7 - . - 'H H . , , . . . v ' ' ' ', , l , , A, . I v. 4 ' w.i I l , ' L L, c c . Y iv. " . w 4 v. ' 1 ' L 7 ' , ' -' ' 'Q 1 4, in U f - . w. . . ' L 9 I . , . . , . 7 ' f . I GC !! ' ' e' 9 Y - - ' cc as - - - Y . L 3 a l fig-1 1' l mi 251 Jil? . fly 4 unix: cw riff" 33 13' -fi' 19' 4 .p U 5, va. T14 ' 1', V ga , aj'- : lv' .A r Q Q- 1 V, 1.5 I V: Teachers of the New Future Upon CIllE.1lI1j2,' school Septembel 9 1912 sex en of the br1g1ht Semors and o11e Po t 4 1 iduxte mst the11 lot 1n the Normal illdllllllg Depart ment Ifor tour dreux month ol school thex studled Nlethods and P11m ux ledagogx lhex h 1d manx t11xls 1nd troubles along the road leadlng to tlme but xlso m xnx lunnx 1nc1dents occu1red lOl example one day ou1 xxo1thx lfllltlpll xx 1s tondu Img the Nlethods clxss The subject 101 d1s1uss1on xx 1s D1SC1DllH9 ol the Ch1ld come of the pup1ls argued 1 unst co1po1 11 punlshment but the rhspute xxa finally settled thus b5 Nlr krueger Well of course We have our own 1deas about the 1n1111g1tme11t of a cnld but xxe xx 1ll never be SU16 untll we have le uned bx the r1ght of possessmn YKl11Cl1 statement was not con Aite1 enhteen long d1ear'x weeks of studv the Normal Tra1n1ng students xx ere g1ven the chance to shoxw what the1r Work had done for them At the beff111n1ng of the second semeste1 some of the pr1marv classes of the grades were d1v1ded 1nto two departments one of Wh1Ch was g1ven to a Normal Tralmng student Our Post Graduate Rosa Carnes was g1ven the Kmdergarten for th1rty mmutes on luesdaxs and Frldags She declared the work was remarkably uphttmg and xxe have no reason to doubt her vsord A 1nspect1on commdtee xx ts formed for the purpose of V1Q1t1llg the d1fterent c'epa1tments superv1sed bx the students The day the comm1ttee went to 'VI1ss Carnes room they found exervthmg 1n as good order as could be expected from a body of puplls who had only 191 hed the tender a e of sw But befo1e long two llttle Doxs concewed the 1dea of plat 1ng tag 1n the school room Th1s of course had to be stopped but one of the fhlldren d9C1Cl9d lt was better for hls health to cont1nue After 1 great deal of moral suas1on he was compelled to stand 11 the corner 1n d1sgrace although he d1d not recelve the treatment w1t,h good humor Pasmng on thex came to the first grade where Rachel Young was conductmg a readme class of four These pup1ls queer as It mav seen xx ere Ill red leaded 'md the sentence wh1ch seemed to 6SD6C13llS dehgh them was 1 have a red top On the oppos1te Slde of the room xva Mane Park w1th another group of four who were mtensely mterested 1n the story she xx as tellmg them about the number seven The commlttee then wended the1r way to the DOm8St1C Sclence room . - A I 1 1 d' v v ' T ' , 1 1 1.1, 1 , 1 , " . 1 V ' . 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HICF1 SCI IOOL A1U1V1N1 CLASS OF 1882 Nett1e Futhey Shane Arthur H111 DUS16 Wardlow Belle 11 1tham Davls "1f1.J.nk Woodard Lee Woodard L LASS O1 1885 Nett1e K1mba11 Lowery CLASS OF 1884 111111119 A1metrong Benedmt Wlolhe Clalk Gemter Kate Cramer Barrett CLASS OF 1885 'VI1nn1e Clarke Aeo H111 Carpenter e'Roaa Hank Brown T1111e Schm1dt N1cho1s 1886 NO CLASS CLASS OF 1887 Howard H111 John James CLASS OF 1888 1111111119 Keys Lowder 'ff race McClung Resa Dooley Maude Long Helen McCartney DeFord Mary Schley CLASS OF 1889 Mam1e Van Roemalen O Conner Samuel Bradfield E1v1ra Johnson McMurry 'Robert McC1ung Ade1a1de Pay ne Hobson Barton Blakeslee A1t1e Hopkms W1l11am L1ght Mary McC1aren tDeceased Emma Klmball Hale L1111e Lamb 11 h1t6S911 Magg1e Mack Renfroe Eta Sehley Kate wV11'lt8I' Pmgrey CLASS OF 1890 CLASS O Eesa Haw Robxnson Burr1tt H111 AI1ce McC1aren Thomas Vlary Schwartz F 1891 ROV Caven Lela Hopkms Herbert McCartney I an rence Morscher N Y X' A . f-1 - :51 Y' ' 1 -1 :Zi ' ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 A - A - A 4 - I . . . . w A 1 - 1 ,A , Y . -7, . u , '1 1 - . 1 24 . . - 1 . - V L C - 7 a , , . . K - - 1 r , ' , 1 1 1 , A 1 J ' . LLASS OF 1892 1 ll 1 11x1L1 111 L 111111 1 IX! 111 1X1111lc -11111111 X 111111 LLASS O1 1895 lfmnk 1111111111 CLASS Ok 1894 C S 1 L11 Lkl 1151111 S 1 NNN 1111 I X11'x LLXSS Of 11195 11111w WLL .5 uma w1L1xS1 ,1w111L CL XSS Q1 1896 fl 1 A111tI1 Mo1e11e.u 1 101LI1LG Demosb Silent 121111111 1'1c11fh 111111 11111141111 1111151 1 um f11111e1 Dans Ln1.11111L P 1 L11 .1 111L1.1. 111 51111 1 Q1111L11 'mime 1 P11 E1 11 3 C1055 161 C1 S 1 11141111 Pe lt 1u1111.g 11C1QI1Q1 1 1 IXL Stexeu-1 1111 111111151 1 1me111 f1r SQ 5 1 W1 Nc C11 5 0111 111u11L New 11Q111C1111ex S1 V Decczwed Fled Yehle LL XSS O1 1691 1 obert black 1xLl1111L1L C11wf011 Lemy 101111011 ' Une H Lhlu CLASS OF 1898 I'd11a Tiunklex wcla 1Xldf1OO Kent T ec 113.1 d Montg0111erx Peavl Smlth Charles '1 ehle 9110111911111 fmm 1101: IOLII years. CLASS OF 1900 Iuarl Dc-111053 Lula bt0ne1 K1r1doo Estel XSVQFICD 11'1,'111g 11'11 L1c1'1:u1'1 111CC211",1L:j .Ev1Q1111L' INi5x'1'111111c1'-T.1.' ' '1 we 112111 7112111 lZl1'j' 1' 1 1 - X' -- ilk-114 11Lll'1-Q '11-1' 11111 1'-11111-11111: 111111-11e1' '1T11l1i11 1T1"1j,1's fl1'z1c'o 1'c1113b:11,1,1'11 13121211 1,i11111e5'-111 5' 111111 T1111'111f:1 .1Ii1chu11- 1171111 '11y1'E- '.'..11111'111-, " 10111 -1111111 31 'IJ115' C1131'1"1,1"e Shi 11 .21i'1-1:,1'6.'1:31i:l Helen Tllukeslee-111111141115 13121111-11e C'1'osa-Jc11'111s11111 1.'1:'11'111I:1 Yi: ':, .10 '-1" 'f' 'zu L1 .' 1 -111' Ed' ' O' ' ' za-I-' ' - ilerafiz , - - -' '1 '1 1' 1 '-.' ' 1 fx. -A, , .g , NL, P . ' 1 111 ' '1111'1 L41 -1 -11' 3'-1.1 '11 .1 'S ' 1 ' 1 11 S 1' Y " 1 -1. 1511111 1:'111' '11 ' 3' 4 Wm, 1. -. x' ,. .. 1 4' .i .A' ,ki F' 1 O' 'oss ' ' . 11 '- ' ,A,"A'J'1 'J x 1,z11,11'.1 131 'z ' ' L A ' L' Liv: .'-3s-.' f J Q . " - 11: "' 11 11 S 'Q ' I Q P1-11'1 - 1. d .fr ' I ' ' 7 8.f.,-- 1 ,I 1 ff 1. 1' ,,, 1 .ff 11 ' A to 11 ' ' ' - 1 ,..g ' -1 ,, ' Y 41 '- ralggizr' '-lax 1 ' '-' CLASS O 1901 ll B lla xx Belle Bllllllg, 111161181 Flolenne Blakeslee Nlelltle I unar Hennessx Harold Howell loe Klmbflll May Moo1e Adams Nlalw Scherman CLASS OF 1 02 Grace Lovett Beneheld Bessle keys Schmldt Anna Schelmfmn Imemann NI lble Sperrw CLASS OF 1903 Helen Baurnen ll xlhelm Esther Holland DeMoss 'Wallace Morgan John K1mb'1ll Charles K1mball Albert N3ttl61 Carr1e Wade ll est CLASS OF 1904 Glace Bradshaw Xlab lle Bradshaw Gray John 'Vluchmore Ada Nattxer Bert Fracxska Wmter CLASS OF I 905 Golden Blakeley Cladys Barnard Klng Edna Boatnmn Harmon Cecll Eaton Plemmg Mary Maxwell 11311119 Stewart Jones L1zz1e Stewart Blanche Wager Martln CLASS OF 1906 Ansel Burton Lena Clegg Palmer Cora Edson Bertha Hook Brxttam Georgla Mathlai I rank Nattler May Penn Bulke CLASS OF 1907 Emma Bates Ross Carpenter JQSSIG Clegg D108 Edna Dooley Hawk Sad1e Goodr1ch May Hupp Ethyl K1ddOO George Lovett Leona McDonnel Gerstenberge1 Paulxne Perry Emma Scherman Cerald Stafford Snow Wllson Wooldndge CLASS OF 1908 Edna Beebe Stewart Zellah N1chols Hawke Harold Broderlck Laura Purkaplle Allen Long Dan Wassam Paul McCready Blanche Young' Gladys Young 'Deceased F . llapg 2 1 'in 1 z fa' ' - ' 1 ' -L " .2 j v I . C v ' v X1 1 , , L 8, . ' 1 ' - 9 , Y V- . , , M-k h . ' ' c ' Y- c LZ K sv Bessie Van Buren-Holbert C 1 - Y ' ' . c '- L I J Av . 0- 3 1 - ' L , i ,' . - 1 - 1' ' ' - . . Q, . . . L 7 ' 1 Ie tu I epput C uuge II umm ltd 111 Allen Ruth Allen I L 111 lol on IIUIU61 NI nude Pull zplle Rilph Bell XI lude Bunex I l'1clx Hosl lll L u lek Julll Ixlcldoo Joe Cnmpbell Bert Jones Ioreet Ionee Feorge Ixlle Iuc 1le Adlmeon Geolge Bell B1on Beebe Dum Poneer NI"tI'tlI1 Bowles Ietllex Horney I eolge Ixxddoo Bula Arnold Ruth Shlplev Deceased CLASS O F l909 ne Qulllll I1 te Imupert le we Slrupe Alalne W 1leon I thel VI fxger I ern VN xleon Arnold L LASS I Ruth Long Stella INatt1er Dot Rhodes Nllldred Squlres Irene Starr LLASS OF l9ll Yaomx Fellow A Vltkers Irene Cfmfflth Eunlee Keck Mfzrxe Lemon H xzel Muchmoro Nelle Weet CLASS OF l9l2 Rosa Carnes Edna Fulmel I lorence Hudeon Leoto Leflingwell Fchth Mason Lee Monroe Ethel Owen Fthel Bflrcus Beulah W oodard .5 1' All lCl'xl ' I' . . v 1. " . 7 .1 1 " Ye . c I El. ' . Q , . ,' Nl - El l Q S. I Q ' . I 1,1 . 1 S I . Q I fc I z 'iz ' 'V I' ' - i ' OF 9l0, c I . F 4 4 1 1 Il I YI . Q K f. r. K, Bessie ll1'3l18.Hl Mabel Patterson 1. js fi. s-I l' . .3 . . fc L , D l Il- 'V' 1 F I . . , . ' I Fl f . S , ,rx W m ' C ' 1' 4 I 4 ,A A L - f , W , . w . 1 1 H 1 . 'l . .Ll c '. I ' e I I .I I 'A A , . ,. I ' c k N A C ln lVlCII1OI'1UlT1 N na Delll Marsh, Bom September 26 1897 D1cd December 5 1912 Dear srhoolnmte thou hast loft UQ Thy sllent footsteps no mole sw h 1 But Us Cod who ha :graft us He gm all our SOTIOWS heal 1 .DUI """"iUl . Q T' U r 1 - ' 5 . 4 . , 1 , . , X , . 1 . . . . , ,., ' . ' '1 eu ', F .S 1 ' S 'I 2 1 .'. .2 . . , . ' --- -1 ---- "1 . f-"" ' ,l Q 1321" -'1"""1l- " l l eww -gf i N 'Y I--lggf 'll X ' mQts ,fW 1f ,lm m mr 'M W aie GE' " eo Ni-.RKLL Llterary Socletles One of the first nd at the same time most xexatlous questlons to confront the students at the begmnlng of each school year has been the etern 11 QUQIV Xl 1ll rhetoucals be a burden again? This was perplex mg the students when school opened th1s fall but contrary to all cus tom thel 1nt1c1p'1t1ons vs ere not realized for the faculty at once took up the subyect low dlscussxon and soon declded that the best solut1on would be to o ffanlze two literary socletles Accordingly a meetlng was called and the organizations were perfected The Athemans orgamzed first and the Delphians soon followed Officers were elected and pro gram committees we1e appointed It was also declded that the SOC19tl6S should meet on alternate Frldays thus g1v1ng ample t1me for prepara tlon The all st program firmly established literary soc1et1es as an lIlStltU tion 1n N H S It conslsted of musical numbers readings debate papers on var1ous subgects and the several other forms of hterary pro duct1ons all of which proved so mterestmg that the composltlon of the programs from that time till now has remamed practlcally unchanged As an add1t1on to both the llterary and SOC13l Slde of the school, these soc1et1es have proven themselves a success. 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Secretary Harley Holden Mabel Kldd0O Ralph Hook F1816 Elklns Delphlan Cabmet Presldent V109 Presldent fI'G'1Qlll er Sergeant at Arms l Kate Sibert .............................................. Secretary ex llor e Llllt Iox luold 1111111 111 111111 1 I 111 C1oxn11er 110101111 I.,fl'iOl1 11t1en 1 oxxle 1 r1ce Dax 15 111 e I 1111 L.I'l11lI1Ll61 x1'11gue11te Iostu Augusta IIUI116! Ina Johnson Clarente Loxe Irene Nhlle Cefll WIrC11ntoc11 C1013 I '1ke1 11811 B ker kdehne Beals Iladella Pray one QOODSI Lxlxe I'1111nQ IuC11le Fllnn In 13 1 1ee1nan Ieland I 1151319 Fmmet 1 reer Pearl Helton Jay Jonea Ss1v1a Henderaon V1ola Kemp Delplman Soc1ety Ro SENIORS Rachel loung JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN 111111 Nlnclleton Abe he 111o1 Home P111 Pllltll Iellovw Margaret I11s1J18 Rllph Hook M1119 Queet Nhldred Pau hen Lfh"11l6 Hen 1rd 1111111 Shoemaker Kate S1bert Fleeta Sueenex E1ea11o1 '1h1e11 Frances V1f1ga1 Mlllam Weltx Ben Scuddez Margaret Machson Hatt1e Mareh Carrw Moore Eula MCC hee L1l1an N1tt1er Clav Rhodeq Faye Strong Martha Wagner Ralph Hoffman JCSSIB Hubbell Buon Wh1te Flossle Xvhltl-iSld6 Vernon Kuntz Leonard Eaton llarl j lrlen D 1 1' ' 1 111111 1 Ki1l11oo .fngl 'S I-.lar W 1 'ett 1 ' " 2 'Q I I .I r 1 , . 1 . . 1 ' ' ' -1 1 L . I 1 ., 1121111 1 " sl aw A ' Tc 'l ' 41. , 1 , ., Z JC 1 ' K' 'lx , A c I. n, ' ' A . : 3 3 . ,rt A ' . . 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I . fl- ' 41 " K N , A ' 4 A I , I 1 T' P 1 J J N.: ' 1 1 , 1 '1 ' Debating COlHC1Cl6IllQ xx ith it u'x mcemcnt in othex line during the put xcfu N H S 01CltlX llL19dS6:'Ll the btandai 1 ot it debxting haxinxf tal en pait in the inter high school conte tx Is xx ell ix hixinge fostered lew impoitant debatee in the thofl it elt The formation ot the literarx societies otiered an added inducement to delmteu and piobzblx xxas iesponsible lOl lN H S enteung the Ixanms btate High School Debatii g League formed a texv xeaix 1 o bx the I mx eibitx of Kansas The league xx as dixided organized aepaiitelx the xx inners of the several districte meeting in Lawrence ex eix xear 1o1 the finils to determine the state championship Questionx on the gleflt ix ues of the day aie choeen and the public obtains manx good points on them IN H S enteied the third Cl19tI'lC'C contest this xeai and the ie ult xxm vxtisfactoix conqidering our lnexpelience along that hnc In the dmxxmg N H Q xxa lllotted Altoona High School as ite opponent Each Qthcol had txxo team one aflirmatixe and one negfltixe the foimei tixing at home and thc latter X1Q1tlf1g' W hile the outcome of the debate xx as not xx hat xxe had hoped for we Qtill feel that it has been xx oith while 'md ale looking foixvud to thiq ex ent nexit xear xxith the higheet of anticipation of succese ' ' ' " 'sz ua ' X ' ' - ' is ' zu ', f.-.Q'.,"2 " 'C "s z' , "D.4 ' ' ' -'T :' ' aszs ' 1.5 z" ff: ' " 1 , ' S: 2 ' s '. ' ' ' ' S " ' ' 1 ' .F C . 2 tv v Lv - kv L-' ' 1 '. . . " '- sz: ' ' ' '. f , ' ' ag j f " L' 3 1 'C S ' f' into smaller organizations, each congreesional district in the state being Y .lv tv 3 Q ' E K. VY ' ,V ' 1 ' . s ' S ' C 'Ss Q c - ' ' . , ' ' ' j ' ' s '. S if 'S 'j .' ' ' " 1 e . ' J. 1 " , . . .,. "S z . ' : ' t . c Q , ' . S, Y ' C", ' 'szj' C . 1 .1 . " C v Y ' Y , v . l ID R XINI X I-IN .XLLICN . .XlflflRNl.X'l'lYlC 'I'li.'XM V Z FELLOWS WAKFIIFI D BI xuc NEGATIVE TFAM The Debate at Neodesha At pretlseljy the sam t1me that Neo C5111 s negatue team 111 the first round ol the kansas wtate lgh bthool Uebatmg Lea Tues rate was oedeckmg Altoonas defender 1 6.011111118811111 oxexnment xuth '1 fine toat of YVh1t9VN'lSh at Altoona ou1 athxmatnt te tm at home was bus1lx engaged IH 1es1st1ng the tssxults ot then fntgmloquent negatxve team lol upholdlng 1ts honors xt hc me lx Ll S nad pmned thou falth to Fled lllen Harley Holden and Robt rt R une, and tonfldentlx eipected them to naul rn a vlctory Altoona aruxed from then belowed Northland about 'S 15 p m ormglng vuth them a few trtstx uoters xnd also an UI1IJ1LJl1d1C6d tlme hlmself a balanced nonent1ty Aftel deposltmg the1r hop s aspu ltlons and othe1 baggage at the hotel Altoonas replesentatlves MISSQS Commons and lVI1ddleton and Rev Clyde Brewster fax ored our school wlth a brlel tour ol 1nspett1on duung Wh1Ch they d1scovered then soon to be opponents eloquently flmg mg argument to the resoundmg walk oi our spauous aud1tor1um Our bovs grac1ously deslsted md offered to hsten to any pre11m1na11es that the v1s1tors should care to mdulge ln but they pretelred to remaln d1S creetly illflllt and bxsk ln each other s conndence only so they departed to return at elght o dock the t1me set tor the fracas At the appo1nted t1me the evemng s entertamment was opened by P10f8SSOf btudy and alter a short plehmmary program Mr Fred Allen opened the debate for Neodesha As the tuscusslon progressed the en thus1asm of both d8b3tQ1S and aud1ence rose percept1bly Altoona becom mg espeelallx enthus1ast1t and hurllng scorn and IIIVCCICIVG to the four wmds punttuatmg everx pomt xx 1th a fragment of the Holy Wr1t or the bmted States Constltutlon The home guard on the other hand Whlle Just as confident drove home the1r 9.1g'LlIYl6l1tS w1th a cool d9C1S1V9 per suas1on that captnated the whole audlence but sad to say only one Judge The dec1s1on was two to one m favor of Altoona that lnter mmglmg of argument and eloquence had won the day A T l ' e ' ' ll d1,"1"' e1 " ' . 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I Q I The Debate at Altoona Shortlx atter noon on the memorable d-15 on whrch the N H S A H S debate on comm1ss1on tor m ot gox ernment occurred the negatlve team composed of Edrth Fellows Harold Black and Juamta rl akefield representrng N H S set out to prove to Altoona that comm1ss1on gov ernment belongs rn the class not xx hat ther seem Owmg to bad roads and poor tra1n connectrons they chose horses as the mot1ve povw er for the tr1p to Altoona If or the same reason no rooters accompamed the team It IS behev ed that S1lver Kuntz arranged mth h1s rather to have h1s prgs rootrng when the team Went by out at any rate the plgs were there and rooted so well that the team arr1ved 1n Altoona ready to conv1nce or eat the Judges as necess1tjy mrght command The team exerclsed 1ts argumentatne powers untrl about 8 p m t1y1ng to convmce some Altoona supporters that It was lmposslble for A H S to w1n When that trme arrrved Mr Krueger conducted the speakers to the opera house and preparatlons for the debate began After A H S had rendered a short program Mr Krueger who was the pres1d1ng officer of the evenmg arose and announced Mr Ralph Bradshaw of Altoona Cnow attendlng N H S J as the first speaker of the exenmg He was followed by MISS Juanlta Wakefield for N H S and so on unt11 the three members of each team had spoken for or agamst comm1ss1on government Then followed five m1nute rebuttal speeches from the members of each team and the word battle was fimshed XX hen the Judges rendered the1r dec1s1on lt was 2 to 1 1n favor of N H S When 1nterv1ewed on the nature of the argument advanced by the two teams one of the Judges sald Altoona put fo1th some good argu ments 1n favor of comm1ss1on government but they were dlsconnectec and sometlmes vague Neodesha gave strong reasons why Altoona s argu ments should not be consrdered and advanced some good arguments for the1r Slde of the questlon supportmg the same by some concrete examples It seemed however that they were not qu1te sure of themselvs and they xx ere a llttle weak on the rebuttal The result of the debate was very gratlfymg to the team and the school 1n general It was the1r first experlence ln mter hlgh school debat mg and two of them had never berole taken part 1n a debate of any k1nd 1 1 l 1 y ' 1 . y ' V 4 v . . .- ' 1 1 1 'vw' ' 1 ' y- 1, lu ' l 4 '1 1 ' ' f a ' -r '- 1 ' . 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'gmt N K 5. - - K I 2 ' , - -- .,4, , . dl Vff,'f ,igfl 1 Q' 0 Q Bvnarv -BX L in A X Q M I - 3 sNxQwmm1 5 Athlcncs The ten 01 flltcen xeus lmlneulxtelx plccedlng 1011 were xears ot cxex xarxmg, slgmflcance to the athlctus calendar ot our school Phe reco d oi th1s perlocl plesents one xfxrlegated patchxxork of x1ctorx and clext oi act1x1ty and dorm lncx and ol nexel ceaslng r1x alry Wltll ou1 lkl hborxng, llolx Q1tx lredoma Here and there we flnd a brlght spot Iumlned bx the br1ll11nt ellolt ol an all N1L.t0I'10LlS football squad 01 llt,lLllU1LQ 1 baseball telm lllen occas10nall3 xxe come to darlxel places ull ol loom xct not despau xx hele Altoona O1 Fredoma has turned the llbles upon us I '1rthe1 doxxn more records ot battles 105 al greet ou1 exx ChI'OIl1Ll6b ol mnx a hald fought contest w1th other amb1t1o1s 'he scroll xv 1th hls stella1 achlevements Now and then an excellent pole x xulter a hlffh 1umpc1 or ft fleet footed Pheldlppxdes has added glory to the school xvlnle agun xxe have a perlod contammg no record of even a medlocre athlete Full credlt must be gxven to those sturdy warrlors of old yet the 1cl1t1xe sxgnlficance of athletlcs 1n 1900 and at the present tlme IS mcom parable for not only that department but every department ln the school llts undelgone a most remfukable change durlng the past two years It xx ts ln the year 1911 that the blg upheaval occurred One of the old ward bulldmgs was destroyed by H18 maklng room for a fine new palace of educatlon whlch vxas erected at a cost of S570 000 as a home for the rapldly "lOW1I1g' h1gh school No event xn the hlstory of the Neodesha schools has caused such a complete and reVolut1onary change ln the conduct of emlucatlonal aflalrs as d1d the constructmn of thxs bulldlng It most cer tamly set the ball rollmg flthletlcally due no doubt to the fact that lt contams a fine gymnasxum and IS otherwxse one of the best equlpped structures of 1ts kmd 1n the state thus drawmg a large number of students from other places who select N H S because of lts superior advantages The comlng of the new era m 1911 may be attrlbuted to three dlrect causes the openlng of the new gy mnaslum the appomtment of an ath letxc dlrector and the orgamzatlon of an athletlc assocxatlon agencles xxhlch worklng unltedly upon a SW1ftly developlng school prlde soon ll ed our standard of athletxcs to a plane as hlgh or probably hlgher than 'hat of any nelghborlng school A few speclfic results of the refor In ttxon wele the O1g3.Hl721t10I1 of an 1nter class basket ball league the ,yevelopxng of tvxo good fmctnve fxrst basket ball teams the reorganxzatxon .A l .... , 1 " A v . 1 , ' "f V v 13 ' 7 -. 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'eam . 1 L 1' P S 1 0 tue athlhtu xxoklu IL Smtmlwteixm R411 1 In the Spllllg of 1012 two 4, the finest te-mu un 11 mxlxw bx mm hxgh sghool 111 the State mem lun out and puqul Uued hx oul mx nfmmwue, Sduool Roald at thu u 6St1011 ol oul ma h md fmt :lu C116 III W 1 fzllfflfl Thex Num men placed undel L L wutlol 0 thu ANHOLI 111011 and opened to all mem be1Sthl-31601 'lhg xmputum, gm en to wpults ln the openmg of these couri-1 lb mestlmable So populal 1 tenu A 11 Lhe whcml that slnce the con Ul1Ct1OI1 ol the wurts 11 1011 thu 11 ue been 111 Lontlnual use f10IT1 mornmg untd mght a f wx months m the wmter excepted Cmly tum lmulb man bf. 111 M Q LL ul, :fum L xc 1 x ee, 0 un to the gleat nu1nwU Ll players kppmxlnlxulx thue fntnx of the unolled xtudents use the Konus m the Lou at UL cl Slllgli? week The openmg fl the prumut Qghool xear lound 1 stlll greater enroll ment of students, 111 1111161 ef' xvtl the spun of 11 and mmlntloub to puQh IN H S to the front Coach Gllfflll II 3 Plmupll IX1ll8f,191 helped t e neetmng, du mg tx thuu week oi sdm 11 the new offuers We1e elected fum a ISSOIUUOIJ 1 urmi thu gul to Nemuubnlp was unammouslg, varrled The OHICGIS deded ale as lollows HARLEY H01 DEA IQQIdLIlC FRED ALLEN X un 1 1881 ent EARL CROWDER Seuetfny JOE ALLEN 119 lsulcr School had scarfely begun m the lall before the tenms 19V8l broke out 50 Qtlong that a toumament was mewtable So the Qomts Wele worked up mto fine conchtxon and the contest Qtarted of? wlth a rush Some remarkable talent wa bhown durmg the tourney, all the matches bemg faqt and mteleqtmg, and ex embody xx IQ sn well pleased wxth the 1 rea that another toulnarvont hax been plan Ned thu prmg On March 20th Wgrk was stuted lpoz 1 new oval cmder tragk 1 the campus West of the bulldlllg, gwmv NI H S the best equlpped campus Southeastern Kamas The 1I1f1'7fUCt1011 of tlack and field spolts to athletxc currlculum 12 but anothe ewuence of the progresbne aux tue Splflt that ammateq both Qtvcunh and E1Ll'Eh011t16S and IS boostmp 1 to the top The season s recon' m the x HIOUQ departments appefu .ewhere f 1 . infra L um 1111 1111t121t in oi IN. 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P ,jew X f'r2'fff' aff X'f?,k.,xXi f 6, LUN-ef x M rg J Basket Ball The year 1913 found N H S once more ln the clutches of the ommpotent old Rmff Pasllet Pall Lold H1gh Mogul of our athletlc XX01ld lor s1x lone prospeuus months he 1e1,qned supreme then re luctantly abdlcfrted to the leat QDIIHQ Tuumwuate TGHHIS Baseball and 'hack As ln the plecedxng veal the old Nlonuch confined h1s 8.Ct1Y1t165 to two channels fn st te-in basket ball and 1nte1 cllss games As usual the lntel clas le lgue stluggfle ieatured the season adding hfe and sp1r1t to the whole school The uvalry between the classes 1n these games always prodr ces an athletlc sp1r1t that keeps thlngs a hum mmg and prex ents athletxcs from becomlng stale and unmterestmg Two of the greatest xes llts of thxs Qplflt that mfmmfested themselx es durmg the past yeal V919 the line suppo1t gn en the first teams and the develop ment of sex 91 al new men for both class and first teams The race thls yeal 16Sl1lt9fl m the downfall of both pennant wmmng teams of the 1912 season The Semor glrls' maclune, plloted by the redoubtable Mr Kl'u9gQl, succeeded 1n noslng, out Coach Gr1Hin's confident Vt' ' " ' ' ' "--- A-N..w....-Y- .--,..... ,..:.-.--...- - -- . . , ,VA ,,,,-, .- --,-., .,X,.,,,,,,.,.. r 1' .45 I, . -K 5 "ESM fi " xx ff- 10" , , ,i X , f , , 'T?.,i', 1' 4 ' , Vs., , x , 1 . ig X X R -, X K - 'V ' 1 ,mv-.s - -1 M. ,,,--. .f' -""" 4' "7 T' -fl! 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KJ .1 bm Leuter, howex 61 L1 Ld Lo mold um My LL un du ng fhf whole, secxmm 11141 rebultgd m the 1.125 oi bLX6ld1 dome gcnnu lhe gulx team, 11' Q tht bow xx is h mdlcapped bx short stature and me 11 nu Wow wud L 15011 1,1 lb Pd Um beQt ball T01 the guls .2111 by hu lemukablb umpmg xt LGIHGI Edson bx hel bfwket shoot un and SQQIQQSIXQNGSK, .nm Ixmdoo IJLI team Moll. and goal thlow ms, 'lueu boi shovxmg xx mx 'Igl111Ht thc. mst Chmute bunch at Par ons duung the Southeasiein kansas toul ldlllilllt P0111 box .mu -'ulw 611191611 thu mgel but nexthcr sugceeded 1n L UIXIHQ away any uoplueb fhe emon 2 moms we JS follows BOYS FEAM n In 11 Sc Caney H1 1 sm Sedan n S 1 eodegha 0 h S . Pusons 'Nlcodokha h Cr mn Altoona Co Qhool Neodesha Xltamont 'lu lo I1 1 S H 1 hnode hi Q95 N IO Neodwha IN C H S U L TL 1 .oo Coffeyvllle Parsons on 'Neodesha f L mol Neodebha Q :J GIRLS TEAM I uf H1 h Sam ml 'N -I S Neodesha ' ' 1. LA ' 1' 'J' 2 ip' ' 5 ' ,I . .' 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A f 7f'1 f Baseball The story of baseball 1n N H S has been one of many var1at1ons both as to equlpment and success of the teams Durlng the early years of baseball ln our school datlng from about 1905 there was plenty of avallable materlal for successi ul teams but they were always handlcapped by the absence of a'rhlet1c organ1zat1on ln other schools as well as at home The N H S Athlet1c Assoclatlon was founded ln the fall of 1911 and from It sprang the first fully equlpped and organ1zed baseball team Smce that tlme It has been controlled and supported by the Assoclatlon all games bemg matched and expenses guaranteed by that 1nst1tut1on thus placlng the sport on a dependable financlal bas1s H1gh School baseball IS always llmlted by the shortness of the school term but the weather was favorable dur1ng the early part of the 1912 season and a number of lnterestmg games were played wlth nelghbor mg schools In the fall of the same year the Hlgh School team Jolned the C1ty League and although It fa1led to w1n a game there were some close contests and the boys gamed much valuable experlence The sprlng season 1913 promlses to show the good results of Coach Grlffin s management and general athletlc tralmng At present the members of the team are McCray, P. Van Buren, first baseg J Allen, second baseg Eaton, shortstopg Roney, th1rd base: Crowder, catcherg C Nay, left field, Neighbors, center fieldg Elkms, right field: Seward and F. Allen, subst1tutes Q? J f ll ,:- . . ' 7 5. ' 1 ,ff ggi: ,,,.79.? ' 'lfvf 'gf 'Gi' : K jf ag Q Wsgi? '. 5 -QT gli? - A ,pcffff ..-r s..5-N ' - v b, . xy .- 15, If 'fxff ff g 5-vJ,',L 'tgirl .' 5 FETFQQ ff 7' ' is fif'1Sw Ur ff? 'I . 1 n .fftfyl 'lf .ff W' 51 7' - , 'xryifi ... l . . . . . , 7 Y . . , v Y - s Y Y . Y Y Y Y , , . . . fi X ,Q-3 V,,.. 45 ft, J f I f X then, ff" ul. Tenms Vt h1le onlw lll the second year of 1ts movvth tennls ew en novu rlxals basket ball for the honor ol bemg our most populu sport Its mt1oduc tlon and success were bl1'1ll.lllC3.H60lS Just who stalted the movement that resulted 1n the School Bo nd laung oh md fencmg two of the best LOU1tS lll the sect1on lb not d Hn telw know n plobablx Mr Q11 1f'fin was 1espons1 ble but sufhce lt to say that the ag1tat1on stalted somethmg that has gn en the student bodx more QJLHUIIIC pleasule than any othel branch of ath1et1cs When school opened agfun IH the fall the number of shalks took on a declded lncrease students teachers exelybecly made the tenms coults then contmual stamp ng SI1OllY'ld A tournament fefmtuled the fall season and was a grand success About thlrty of the best play els 1n srhool competed most of the entlants part1c1pat1ng 1n both doubles and smgles The drawlng tu1ned out to be a great source of amusement sexelal old heads bemg matched agamst amb1t1ous but oVe1 conhdent gxeemes Net erthcless almost all of the matches were fast and ercutmg md drew b1g crow ds In the sxngles Challes Van Buren succeeded m carlymg off the hono1s, aftel a long hard tight to reach the top Messrs Klueger and muffin of the iaculty Won the doubles bv the use of good. heady teamwork Van Buren and Bowles also showed great form In the glrls' sect1on Paulme Klmball safelv d1sposed of all asp1rants for the honors ln slngles and was also on the wlnnxng team 1n doubles, although she and Thelma Hale were pushed to the l1m1t to Wm from Vera Wllson and Frances Wager 1n the finals, an exceedmg mterestlng match, the 1esu1t of Wh1ch was m doubt throughout the whole play Aff'-x l fl'-:V - 1 1 ,Ryu - t j f l wx:3g:QX ' JV 1 if'-JFIF,-Ever PQ----A-v-----" g," I ,....,------g"""" , ft sigkvfhc ,, X K l 6-f-1 ,QC arf B X 5 u ' , : -9 .,,fS.:' JW no ' 7, 7 xlib 'f,ghJ xxx'yxX4hM , in . i, W:wi'.s-c.A..iE.,X AK f K V, nl' 1 'X LL-Yllffl' 'nf 1 A351 I l - ' ' f-,X f ff . 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A1 . . , . ,' ' L . , , I .1 I 1 1 k - .,' ' ' ' Q ' Q . . 1 1 1 1' , . 1 been found 111 McCra3 Eaton Ronex and Crowder Seve1al men haue xlso shown good W01k on dlstxnces Henderson Crowder and Schabel loomlng up strong Cand1dates tor thc hurdles axe scarce but of tan qu 1l1t5 lllx9Wlb9 the shot and h1mme1 men In thc Jumpxng depaltment ln 1ter1a1 lb plent1ful Joe Allen and Henderson look l1ke sure po1nt wm nels ln the bload whlle w 1th EX ins lred Allen Holden Sweenew and weward to choose from 111 the h1gh no concez n lb lelt but that at least one on two Wlnners w1ll be dex eloped 111 exch dlYlbl0I'l The pole 'vault also has several strong asp1r1nts 1n bew 1rd ind the Jones brothers Owlng to the eallx date ot pubhcatxon and the delays IH startmg work no records or results can be glxer here but from all awa1lable dope Neodeshas chances of wmnmg the all county meet 1n May are exceedmgly brlght Preparatlon for thxs event IS already under way most of the men are W01k1Hg stead1lx and two prellmmaxy tests haxe been arranged fo1 The first of these that between the Senlor Freshmen and the Sophomore Junlors w is arranged to dec1de wh1ch team should meet the strong all star grade team WhlCh wxth 1tS huskx array of b1g welght men bload Jumpers and mlddle dlSt2.IlC9 runners promlses to make the Hlgh School boys step about lncl should also glxe some pomtels upon Neodeshas chances of captu1n g the all county meet ' v v , 7 1 , 1 1 . 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Rep y N Teacher Leo 11 l1at llX er lll Italy flow 1nto the Adrlatn. sea Leo Why er 61 VOICE from back seat bay Poe Leo Leo Sapoho Teacher YQIIIOII translate Rex tug1t Vernon The k1ng flees Teacher You should use has 1n tlanslatmg the pe1 fect tense Vernon 'Ihe klllg has flees L1tt1e Johnnx Sm1th suddenlx asl ed IH a startled XOICS Mamma IS that bay 1u111 111 the bottle 011 QOUI table? Mercy' 110 deal bl e rephed t11at IS mucllage Oh sa1d httle Johnnx Then after a moments pau e he added IQIISCIIXCIQ Perhaps thats why I couldnt vet ms hat off The follow LI g '1ppea1ed on the boaxd last Janua1y PICIUTG for the annual to be taken to111o11o1x Vt ea1 tour others F1-95h1e Nly otl e1s ale Ill the wash Oh' what shall I do? Why IS a postage stamp a most UHIOIIIIDELILQ thlllgq Because though It St1CkS to xts dut1es to a lettel It gets 1ts head punched lts Iace dlsfigured and a good hckmg as J N1 1 1 ' vw U -x' 2' ' 1 x- , 2 1 - ' 1 ' ,- 1 77 ' ,, 11 ,s, . 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Pa what lb an GQUIHOX7 Why It It x dont they teaeh you .111yth111g, 1t school' I thought you studled 'Niyt11olog,y All equnox my gon ls 1 fabled ammal half horse h1lf ox Ita 1111116 1x deuxeu 1' om Lqlllllt meanmg home and Schoole ale d1ite1e11t noyy 11om XVIIJI they wele vwhen I wae a 0 Dorothy Hou do I lnoxx th xt you low me' Banty Why I Lan t xeep ut 111g11tb IOI th111k111g of you Dorothy lhat proyes nothmg Pa Lllll. sleep at mghts fox llllllklllg oi you but I Ildldlj thlnl It s loye Bert And haye you neye1 had an earaehe' MISS Sharpe ll hat ls an opt1m1stP Arthul A11 Optlllllbt 15 1 trove eyed man yyho IS thankful that he 1snt bow legged Dorothy Banty has g'1Y6I1 me an engagement Flllg yuth three chamonds 1n lt Opal Xee I knoyy he always adds a d1arnond eyery t1me he gete engaged It o11ly had one yy hen I wore It MISS Morse What other W01dS haue per1 meanmg around llke per1meter'7 Abe Paraphernalla Bob Do you play Somerset? Ruth Welty Voeal or 1nstru1nental'7 I would hke to be a Sen1o1 And w1th the SQIIIOIS stand A fountam pen behmd my ear A note book 111 my hand I would not be an egmperor I would not be 1 kmg Id only be a Semor And never do a thmg QUESTION BOX If Edlth Wanted a cake would Cora Baker one? Would Mar tm the roof that Byron 'W h1te washed? When IS Har old and Claude Young? Would Lena Amph lett Harley Hold ell 3!lCl9l'lt lnstorv so she could hee Study 1n the Hall? l.-1-1-mi MISS Sharpe "Lost books do not 9X1St.n 11 , ', ' v , . . is 1 ,, - ysi' -,il 1, xv- 1- 1 .V , 5. ' rl , 4. , V ' V I -'I 1 V '- V V ' V . ' ' 1 1 T . 1 l . , K' , . 4 ' , sox! V V V 'YVAV V V. V' 4 V 1 , , b 97 y. ........... . ,: ca , 4, , 2 , ,A in . H 1 .. ' , . ' . ' . ' ,' , V H . , A ' . , urw , v - U 9 1 - ' . I u C , ' x . i........ . 1 n V '1 v V 77 Mam1e. Yes, I Ieklllled to play entuely by ear. . U V V V V . 4 - . "7 . . .......-. - , 11 ' ' ' -H 1. U ' 'V 'V :U 1 VV- v 4 r 'V - . 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I ..1......... . . , . . 1 , , . - Heard ln Hxstory cla 5 Chule the Bald nad a smooth head THINGS TO BE REVIEMBERED Abe s lesonant snfnle NI1ss Ry ans old blue panel 'lhose IIOUIS I spent ln room 11 That January hay lack rxde The fGllIllS match betw een NI ut and Fat Whlte COITIIIIQ., home hom Altamont Dean BOHS61 5 su ge5t1ons Cecll 7WLC1lIlt0C1x s XV1Il1lll1g ways SCHIOI class fight of 1910 Bylon XI h1te s fust long trouse15 NI3.1tS thln Wh1skers Nlarle Street 5 O NI155 sh Sharpe Dolothy Edson s stalllng Botany Elkms monologues Comxng of Kuntz N11 Study s walk Jamtor NIcDonald s kmdness Our H1 st appealance 111 chapel Nhss L1vesay s authoutatne manner XTISS Speuy s g1ggle Demlse of Mamle s dog Wr1t1ng the WHODO When Professor Study played ba ketball Prod Flemmgs first born Trube Adamsons dehcacy 'lhe basketball guls lone ylctory That Mr Krueger 1S not Irlsh Art Sperrys dlmples 'Vlonroe Doctrlne That t1me Joe Allen went home Lost 1n the w1ldernes5 Every cloud has a SIIWQI l1n1ng S Number 36 The Amarynthlan theorem Freshmen feed to supper Faculty Sophomores Chas Vin Buren Sen1o1s Spectatols V11 C1r1H1n N H S Sophomore g1rl5 Jumors FIGSIIIGS Whlsker Club Botany class H1sto1y class NIISS Morse N H S' Students Freshles Commerual students Cooks Seniors Annual staff Aud1ence Classmates Everybody Basketball bugs K1ds Boys Esley Elkms Boys Fred Allen Everybody Mr Krueger Future entertalners A pompous 0636131 of the School Board who notorlously dxdnt know anythmg used to address the puplls on thexr 'various studles and then ask them questlons One day h1s theme was physiology and he sald Now 1f you were to stand me on my head there would be a rush of blood to the bra1n and ln a few mlnutes I should suffocate and maybe have com ulslons wouldn t I7 But here I am standmg naturally on my feet and yet there IS no rush of blood to the feet Can anyone tell me ' ' . . . -- . .. 1 . , -, 91 IVQ. ,Z A Q , , , I i ' . 4. 7,'9 , , - L n.an--n...nunuo4n.nsnQcou.n-1nn..vnan ' f', - ' 1 - w , 1- , , . . . ..................... .. r , Y v-1 , ' 1 ' .H '. f .Q u,.,'v .c "9 ' w 1 Ac c ' , ' r " I- W" A .......-.....................L . 1 Iyiv ' N. . i . 7, . . 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I know plped a Loy lt the loot ol lllS class Its because your feel am t empty ESSENIIALS OV A GO DD JWLJRNALIST In order to be '1 sunt sslul 1ourn'1l1s1 a tudent must merelv be quallfied to XVIIIG poems 61 u lauff and money questlons ump1re 'L baseball g xmc report a 'md ng sau mood Cl6SLI'llJ8 a fue so graph 1callX that tl1e 'tudlence vnl h d then xuaps make one d0lla1 do the wo1k of ten shlne at a dante measule caheo abuse the hquor habxt 1nspect food subscube to cha11t5 endu1e n 1ndefin1te fast attack free snlxer Stal 111 athletms XVII.,-Q good adxert1semen1s SHGC1 'tt snobberx OY61l00k scandals compose mus1c 111n1ster to the atlhcted del1ght pumpkln huskers fight to a fl'll9ll mold opmlons speak 1n publlc and stand 111 Vlllll exe ybody 11d ex Qlytlllll Possessmg these somewhat meager qual1f1U1t1o11 tze student ll lU1LlI'l1g sk1ll 1n c11t1c1s1ng Su preme QOUII deusxons 1nd lefunmg to mlte good pol1t1cal arguments f01 all three pf11t1es m x galn some degree ot popular1ty THINGS TO BF FORCOITEN Jumor class fight of 1912 Senlors Altoona Neodesha debate Fred Allen Harley Holden Bob Ralney W hen the Sophomores won the pennant Sen1o1 boys Cxty League Baseball League That Parsons game flow many txmes I qu1t school Gur duet at Dunn Crowde1 s bonehead at Caney That week I play ed hookey Basketball record for 1912 13 'lhat you have a pass key I1 Studys lectures All my D Art Sperrys generoslty ny toast at the Sophomore feed Abe Nelghbors tennls playmg hat Parsons glrl Penalty for hopplng class Vander Vr1es 1 Shoemaker s exp1os1on at Palsons The hours I spent w1th thee Cdetentlon halll In the parlor there were three The glrl the lamp and he Tvxo IS company no doubt Thats why the lamp went out Basketball Earl McCray Kyla and Mabel Basketball boys D3rlllS GlbbS Glrls team Those gullty Fr1sb1e Clay Rhodes JUHIOIS Harvey Roney H1s opponents Crowder Four Semors Mr Krueger Shoemakez Freshmen . 1 . 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' 1 -1 .......--................................ , Cl ' 77 ' .. 1 ' . , .........-.i... 1 1 I Y. 7 7 Y ....T...... .Judge VS hy d1d you ste 1l Lh xt llllll s potketbookf Pr1sone1 lOL1f,IlI, the ll Ill Q woul col y a w llllllX t1mes I ue I t ld ycu you toulm It Mr K1 egel Lxltel the p c 1p,e1 u neeclnt tell 111 Malllle Ie buucd my lxtilt pet dog lh1ec teet undel the 2,1OllIllI F1esh1e Ccumouslyl XX I1 II dnl they do Wlfll the otl1e1 loot' Kuntz t1y1ng to llflf. to PIGIIOIIIL Jll 1 rhlld s tlcket Cto condu lou Im only eleven Kuntz Ill be twelye last August Mxss Sperry on I'11clay Snne you hfmye had XOU1 lesson so well today you need not 1et1te tm IIIOFIUNX but I w1ll asslgn you a lessgn mor Monday Har ey ttry 111 to nule 1 datel ll nat Saturday next week w1ll you be at home? Nlolets 'ue blue Some IOSGS me led And so IS the h 111 On Roberts head Enghsh Feacher Name eleven of Shakespeare s plays Ben Scudder Ten Knlghts Ill the Ba1 Room and Vlacbeth Mr Krueger CeXpla1n1ng p1oblen1 111 Physlcs class? you understand Rachel? WISE Jumor I want to buy some blrd seed Clerk Go on you must be a Freshman b1rds dont grow lxom seeds For boys only fto be read backvvardsj D1dnt you lf g1rl a be wouldnt you, th1s 1ead would you know we Exchange Freshle I dont thmk I deserye In absolute zero Mr Krueger Nelther do I but 1ts the lowest mark I can gue you." -.-.--i-1.Ti Junlor: "I thought you took Geometly last year"" Abe: "I d1d, but the faculty encored me " Chlgger Hmds "I never d1d get scratched 1n my l1fe" I ' : " I j ' Q .- ez a z - 1" ' .. U V . U - v ' 1 1. I' . I tl 1 1 uf gy 11 do me gg, I. , H Y . ' . . , , v , N , 7 ,' 1'7" K'l . Ho 2 s . .11 1 -1 L 1 K ll smfl, . "1 ' dz 'c ' il :QL ll '11 "Yo ', e again ' - , any ' .' , A - ' , , ,. K . 1 ' I - . T , , vw , ' , ' , v . 44 ' . ' I v - v' . ' 'H . C , . , "1 I' '11 z " " Q ': if 7 1, , 6: ' ,,' . v . 7' Conductor. II hen mll you be twelxe. Q I ' ' I w' '11 ,Y ' v ' .. H"1' ,, . v , , , 1 4 I . ' f . C , IA -' . , v .' ' ' 1 ', V ' . vw' y v ww! 1' I! . I " 25 1 2 : " ' ' ' ' ' " X In 1 L y . 2 ' 7 - r , u ' L, V yy . U 'M W 'A , .. , as . . , .l-.- . . . Y , - vy:.x , I ecBOyS' do w Q!! 1,-Y. - ' , ct ' H . c ' . . rr . . - 1 , I., ' ! ' ! il . 1.11 , , U ' J , - - , 9 ' . 1 - Y' ' -1- s - ' . U 7 ' - 2 H , ra ' - 1 . . n Q x Y B 116 P1111 flll Bo1111yJ Sa1 Bob 11hen you get through 111111 that SDLLIIHLII 1h1o1v 11 up Nlr SUU11 flllblfllj tl1ssJ Ch1rlemag,11e lb a str1k1ng example of the long and 1111111111 1111119 nc1ent H1sto1y Vke should be tontent 111th l,OIll1llOIl 1 11111 Sluh ls Jones tc NK hat do you th1nk xbout 1t M1ss Lo1ett? M1ss Lovett I hea111l1 lb196 1v1tl1 you Would Ralph Na1 11111 llo1d Pr11 lOl Ha1s1 Should Ir 111n lmthols 111 a contest ho11 much KN ould lfrances VS ager Wh1ch way 11ould you p e to o along hnodes Streets across the H111 or through Adell? Patromze the N H S 11 you need an1 Hour bread cake fowl mal er a laylol a Huntu and 1110 Bakers Sophomore If It 11asn1 for me m1 class wouldnt have a11y standmg at all Jumor Nonsense Nl1ss L11esa1 sand you VV916 the foot of It Sophomore Well how could It stand 11 lt d1dnt have a foot? Harley Sampson des1red a VV1fe from the Ph1l1st1nes and asked h1s fathers adv1ce 111s lather sald 11 ell my son cant you get a Wlfe out of your own bunch? WOULDN T YOU BE SURPRISED Ehaabeth Gar1ett should laugh? everyone 111 tl1e study hall studledf Mr Krueffer NX ere late to h1s classes? you d1dnt see Anne laugh for one hour? Mane Park acted d1gn1fied? Harley should go to sleep 111 class' Cecll should fhrt 111th the glI'lS7 Mike kept st1ll 101 f11e m1n11tes at a t1me' Helen Hall d1dn t ha1e a date for one week? no books were lost? Myra should wear her ha1r 1n bra1ds1 Frank should go bare footed Ralph should forget to comb h1S ha1r? Abe should smg a solo 1n chapel? Vernon Sh1ple1 acted S6I'lSlblB9 Ed1th should XV681 her halr ID curls? Alphonse had a date? If Dorothy and Mar1e Street fussed 1n Botany? la" 2" ' z ' : 4" Q, , ' 1' - ' - 1 1' 1 ' ' H l'. .' 1 " : "fa T " ' " ' Y' z s1nA V f' '. ' 1 1 " ' 12 ls, Q 11' zq ' g,' e". 7 ' A V - ,- v as . , . ' . H , . ' , , U. . ' Y 'f . . c . ja 4' 1 aj ' ' - H Y' . . ' . . . - . ' ' . ' -1 7 ' H v v vof' V Ay. , D1 , .1 I N -NH Av Q J 3 . Y ,' AD. ' ' ' N' v ,Y 7 1 1 1 shoes, suits or cloaks, for we have among our number a Miller, a Shoe- i , V' v 1, . J 1, 1 1- v l . 41 '. Y v 1 ' , v 1 I . ,, -I V - : 41 A, K, ,Q if ' ' V S y -,. ' - . , - .rv . .4 . 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R mehel domg the bea1 dance? Fred Allen 1n a wh1te collar? bemors studylngl Florence Robmson sent to the detent1on hall? Helen Hall wlthout three lellows at once? Botany preaehmg a tune1al S9I'V1C87 Abe' w1th hxs rubbers oil? Leland W1th a mustache? I rank Wxth freckles? Forrest Taylor talkmg to a g1rl'7 Anyone smalle1 than Vera W1lS0H7 NO ALTERNATIVE I love you pretty maid he sald But should you 5ay me nay l would not dle as others have Whom you have turned away I would not go 'md k1ll myself A foollsh thlng to do, I'd glV6 some other pretty mald The love I offered you " She sat awhxle all wrapped IH thought, What else was there to do? She heaved a slgh, and shyly sald, "I guess I'll marry you " Exchange ' 'I' 5 " -1 ' . 1 Y . " -. ' v l xi l . x A , L ' C, , l b IC . 1 v ' 51 . l . - . 1 -. 7' QL t fr Q c 1. . cc rw ,' ,. 1, -- V . Y I . A 1. , , , , ' c , uc t , . , , , ,-sv xt' Q ' . ' L 1 V' it v ' v 4 1 v v In l .5 I I 1 . i1',, . '. . K . 1. ,L 4 c ' . 1 . -. l"', v ak. ',.--' X n f .1w1', '- 5 . , , , 1 ' ' Byron Xl lute walkmg a slack XVlI'8? ' ' -1- 1 N v ' 1'7 . 1 V ' 'I ' ' ' 2 ' e? , ' 7 . . v v ,, f' ' v -1 7 A . Y 14. . ' 1' , . -' ,- '1 A A cl, D . c L KL Y! v' Q r . 1' 1 ' y 1. -' 1 1 A uf C ' n Q 1 ' 1 z A N . . . 1 . cc U , ' ' -1 ' xc 1 ' ' '- r . 1' ' l l ., li ' 7.7 ' 7 l ' I H . 7 , .L , YY u , 1 ' Senior: Uxvhilf is that hump on your head?" Sophomore: 'Thats where ax thought struck me." Miss Sharp: "See here, young mam! Have you any excuse for being late? Banty Yes Mlss Shfup I got 1 pe uh ot 1. one but Im so exe1te.' fhat I cant thmk oi xt just th 5 mmute' v"F Q S J yc-YZ-A81 W 7, :" , ' "', f'z 2' "z '1, ' '-'eo s- W 'IT' ,mo f ' e 4 T f '15 Em -Q 1' 52 :k,gbEfsP Siem , 1. 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